The alphabet : fifteen interpretative designs drawn and arranged with explanatory text and illustrations
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Colophon: This book has been set by Bertha M. Goudy at the Village Press, Forest Hills Gardens, New York, with types designed by the author, under whose supervision the book has been printed by William Edwin Rudge, New York City, October, 1918. The plates for the text illustrations and alphabets were made by the Walker Engraving Co., New York City
Bdg: black cloth with circular alphabet design in gold on front cover